San Jose, September 1 (EFE). – The President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, announced this Friday that relations of friendship and cooperation with Vietnam will be strengthened.
In a message marking the 78th anniversary of Vietnam’s independence, the Nicaraguan head of state, in power since 2007, expressed his “unwavering will to further strengthen the bonds of brotherhood, solidarity and cooperation that unite our peoples and governments “. .
In the letter addressed to Vietnamese President Vo Van Thuong, Ortega also expressed “on behalf of the people and the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity of the Republic of Nicaragua and on our own behalf, our most sincere congratulations to you.” Your noble people and your government” .
“As we remember this historic date with you, we recognize the heroism, persuasion and legacy of patriotism of Comrade Ho Chi Minh and, from our ever-blessed and ever-free Nicaragua, we reaffirm our unchanging will to continue to strengthen. “We bind bilateral relations,” continued Ortega, who signed the letter with his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo.
The Nicaraguan President recalled that on September 2, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam will celebrate the 78th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.
On August 11, the Nicaraguan executive named Sandy Anabell Dávila Sandoval as its new ambassador to the Vietnamese government.
Nicaragua’s ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) and the Communist Party of Vietnam maintain close ties.EFE